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Check out our calendar of events for more details.ALGANSEE TOWNSHIP HISTORY
Algansee Township is situated on the eastern border of Branch County. The township was formed from Quincy Township by the Legislature on April 2, 1838. It is believed that Luther Stiles and Ludovicus Robbins were the first white permanent settlers in the territory now known as Algansee Township. Although total strangers, by a curious coincidence, both moved their families into the township on the same day. The Rev. Robbins led, but became mired in the mud, and Stiles passed him, thus by an hour or so, Mr. Stiles appears to be the original settler.
The first township meeting and election were held at the house of Horace Purdy early in May 1838. The settlers at the time wished to call their new township " Carlton," but the Legislature at this time was much interested in "Indian names," or what they thought were Indian names. As a matter of fact, this appears to be another Schoolcraft creation, and has no meaning in the Indian tongues of the time and place. More Algansee history...
Last Day to Pay Taxes:
February 15, 2015: Last day to pay deferred taxes.
March 2, 2015: Last day to pay taxes.
March 3, 2015: Summer & Winter taxes turned over to County Treasures office.
Contact them at 517-279-4321 Or at: 31 Davision St, Coldwater, MI 49036
1st Monday of each month @ 7:30PM (unless holiday, then Tuesday)
Last Monday of each month @ 7:30PM (unless holiday, then Tuesday.)
Property Tax Mailing Info:
Please Make checks payable to: Algansee Township
Send to Ann Strong, Algansee Township Treasure, 904 Lester Rd, Reading, MI 49274, or pay at 904 Lester Rd, on Monday, March 2nd 2015 from 10:00AM to 8:00PM
Board of Review Dates to Appeal Assessments:
Appeals can be made in person, or by mail, at the Algansee Township Hall
378 S Ray Quincy Rd, Quincy, MI 49082
Wed., 3-11-2015: 9AM to 12PM; 1-4PM
Thur., 3-12-2015: 1-4PM; 6-9PM